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Florida Track & Field and Cross Country News
Check out 8 & under Fort Myers (Florida) native Destyni Devine blow past competition in the prelims of the 100m
Oviedo senior Tyson Harper finished 33rd at last year's 4A Cross Country Finals. Learn more about Harper and the Lion's quest to make the podium in our Spotlight Athlete Feature.
Clearwater High School senior Brenna DeLong offers up advice to incoming freshmen.
The FLRunners.com Invitational is one of the largest and most competitive cross country races in the southeast United States drawing over 300 teams and 3,000 athletes over the course of two days and YOU and YOUR TEAM can be a part of it.
Coach Stephon Gallon gives us the Scouting Report for the 2017 Hawks.
Of the seven meets Gulliver Prep's Natalie Varela competed in she won five, was runner-up at the FLRunners.com Invitational Race of Champions, and 4th at the 2A Cross Country Finals.
We break down the class 2A girls individual and team battles region by region.
We break down the class 2A boys individual and team battles region by region.
The Lake Highland boys were 10th at last year's 1A Cross Country Finals and return a large chunk of that team. Coach Rudy Chihak gives us the Scouting Report on the 2017 Highlander boys cross country team.
The Satellite girls and boys both narrowly missed the podium finishing third in class 2A, arguably the toughest in the state. Coach Doug Butler gives us the Scouting Report on this year's Scorpion squads.
Learn more about Joshua Collins who was 4th as an individual last season in 3A and is the senior leader of top ranked Belen Jesuit.
We break down the class 1A girls individual and team battles region by region.
We break down the class 1A boys individual and team battles region by region.
The Vanguard girls and boys have been racking up county championships and district titles over the last two decades. Coach James Travieso has been at the helm for 22 seasons and fills us in on this year's squads in our Scouting Report.
Charles Hicks of the Bolles School was the 2016 2A runner-up and ended his season as a Foot Locker National finalist. Learn more about Hicks and his preparation for 2017.
University of Miami star Shakima Wimbley added "world champion" to her long list of accolades, helping the United States win a gold medal at the 2017 IAAF World Championships in London. (via University of Miami)
Course measurement is a popular discussion every year. Circle Christian coach and licensed surveyor and mapper Mark Caulfield gives us a practical consideration on the topic.
The Westminster Academy boys won their first state title since 1988 last year and sixth overall in history. We talk to Coach Ken Key who returns six of his top seven about his squad, goals for 2017, and more.
Abraham Lincoln Middle School 8th grader Ani Veltcheva is one of the top distance runners in the country in her respective age group and is coming off her third straight AAU Junior Olympic Games 1,500m title.
Coach Tony Ryan gives us an inside look at the Bolles girls cross country team's preseason mini camp in Tallahassee.
Cooper LaBrant might be one of the smallest runners on the cross country course, but don't let that fool you. We caught up with LaBrant who finished 8th last year in 1A in our latest Spotlight Athlete Feature.
Tony McQuay and Novlene Williams-Mills are both expected to run 4x400 relay finals Sunday. (via Florida Gators)
Chiles alumni and Georgia Tech middle distance standout Avery Bartlett writes a letter to his younger self.
Gator Greats Will Claye and Christian Taylor feel they will push each other to break the world record, several times over. (via Florida Gators)
We preview the Fleming Island boys in our latest Scouting Report.
We learn more about the Niceville standout in this Spotlight Athlete feature.
For this edition of Flashback Friday we check out FSU signee Caleb Pottorff's victory at the 2016 FLRunners.com Invitational Boys Race of Champions.
Osceola High School alumni Tynia Gaither will compete in the women's 200m final for the Bahamas at the IAAF World Championships.
Reigning Olympic champion Christian Taylor of the United States won his third world triple jump title with a best mark of 17.68m on Thursday evening at the IAAF World Championships in London.